Fox NFL and MLB play-by-play man Joe Buck and NFL Network reporter Michelle Beisner were wed in a ceremony in Mexico this weekend, TMZ has learned. The pair, who reportedly began seeing each other around Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, have been engaged since August.
While the TMZ report notes the wedding happened over the weekend, the likely date for the actual ceremony was Saturday based on an April 5 tweet from Beisner. Both have understandably kept quiet on social media and other platforms as they celebrate their nuptials.
The wedding was mostly a private affair, so details on the attendees and other information is scant. Former Cowboys quarterback and Buck's partner in the Fox broadcast booth Troy Aikman was in attendance, though, posing for a picture with the groom and a friend over the weekend:
Buck, 44, was previously in a 17-year marriage with his first wife, Ann. The pair divorced in 2010 and have two children together. Buck, the son of legendary broadcaster Jack Buck, has been Fox's top play-by-play guy for the NFL for more than a decade. He also helps handle the network's MLB coverage, most notably its World Series coverage with Tim McCarver. Buck has covered 16 World Series and four Super Bowls. He's earned seven Sports Emmy Awards and has been nominated again this year for Outstanding Sports Personality—Play-by-Play.
This year, Buck is working with Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci for the first time.
Beisner, 37, was a Denver Broncos cheerleader for more than a half decade before moving into broadcasting. She hosts NFL Weekly Countdown in addition to field-reporter work with the league's network. Beisner also has limited experience as an actress.
Both are known for their professionalism within their respected fields, with Buck arguably being the most famous play-by-play guy on the planet and Beisner willingly fulfilling any and every role at the NFL Network. As noted by Joe Kinsey of Busted Coverage, however, neither could seem to think to buy a can opener during their relationship before the wedding.
Oh well. No one's perfect. Congratulations to the happy couple and may their relationship last longer than a $8.95 kitchen utensil.
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